Philips Releases Next Generation Jump LED Luminaire
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Philips Ledalite has taken sustainable architectural lighting design to new heights. How you ask? With Jump’s breakthrough advancements in LED optical performance and controls integration, combined with unparalleled design flexibility.
This fan favorite and award winning LED luminaire has been reinvented to capitalize on the improved performance of LED technology. The goal was to make something great even better!

Jump series comes with more design options to suit a variety of environments. (photo courtesy: Philips)
Jump now offers:
•    even better performance,
•    improved energy-savings,
•    more design options,
•    fantastic value.
Better performance
Wherever you need a quality light system, Next Generation Jump LED has the perfect configuration, with efficacies reaching 86 lumens per watt.
Improved energy-savings and fantastic value
Jump now offers even better performance in a direct narrow-aperture, using 25-30% less energy for around 20% reduced cost over original Jump.
Jump offers limitless combinations of optics and aesthetics create unprecedented design freedom to construct high performance lighting systems that integrate with any architectural space.

Jump is great for office lighting as it is more energy efficenty and free of glare and socket shadows. (photo courtesy: Philips)
Soft and sophisticated…free of glare and socket shadows, Jump is a rhythm of playful patterns and subtle textures. The seamless luminance soars skyward into a revolutionary luminous endcap.
Still available in both fluorescent and LED sources, Jump’s  luminous design elements, patented optics, and integrated, state-of-the-art controls continue to be a preferred lighting solution for statement-spaces.

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